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CM Shinde calls meet in Mumbai next week

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State Chief Minister Eknath Shinde called an urgent meeting in Mumbai next week to discuss various problems of the people living in disputed border areas between Maharashtra and Karnataka states.

This was stated by Shinde, who was on a two-day visit to the city on the occasion of the first Shiv Sena (Shinde) national convention, when a delegation of Maharashtra Ekikaran Samiti (MES) met him here and handed over a memorandum of their demands.

Prof. Dr. Achyut Mane of MES told Shinde that the Maharashtra state government has given benefits of various schemes to a total of 864 villages in disputed border areas, but after the power change in Karnataka state, the Congress government’s policy is to stop these schemes. The Mahatma Phule Janarogya scheme was also offered to these people, but the Karnataka government also stopped this scheme.

Dr. Mane said since Prime Minister Narendra Modi has resolved many issues in the last ten years, Shinde should take lead in meeting Modi to resolve this long-pending border issue between the two states.

After discussing with MES delegation members, Shinde assured members that he would call a meeting in Mumbai next week to discuss all the various problems of the people living in the disputed border area.

Dr. Mane, Jayram Mirjakar, Ashok Police, Vijayraje Desai, Prashant Gunde, Uday Shinde, and others were present on this occasion.

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